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Will Arnett Talks About His New Son, and Wife Amy Poehler's C-Section (VIDEO)

Actor Will Arnett appeared on 'Late Show With David Letterman' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS), and he had one burning topic on his mind. And that topic was ... babies! Mr. Arnett has just had a second son. Well, actually, his wife Amy Poehler had it. Will just more sort of stood around in the delivery room, as guys tend to do. Amy gave birth via a C-Section -- which is a very private fact that her husband was cool with mentioning on national TV. We're sure that Amy will be pleased. And here are some other unique and bizarre facts about Arnett's new son, as told to David Letterman ... To Read More Click Here .

Michael Douglas on Throat Cancer: "The Expectations Are Good"

Michael Douglas says he has Stage IV throat cancer, but remained optimistic about a full recovery. "The percentages are very good. I would hate to say, but right now, it looks like it should be 80 percent, and with certain hospitals and everything, it does improve," Douglas said on The Late Show with David Letterman Tuesday. The Oscar winner, who just finished the first of eight weeks of radiation and chemotherapy, said he was diagnosed three weeks ago ("Just when I found out I was going to be on your show," he joked to Letterman). Douglas said he had a sore throat early in the summer, but doctors did not initially find anything until he returned from vacation with his family. To Read More Click Here .

Christina Applegate's Pregnancy Is Making Her Obnoxious and Mean (VIDEO)

So much for that delicate pregnancy glow. Christina Applegate has "no filter," thanks to her pregnancy hormones, she confessed on 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS). She said she's always been a bit of a people pleaser who follows the rules and is kind to authority figures. Not anymore. On a recent outing to the bank, her pregnancy persona revealed itself. She and a friend parked close to the ATM so that she wouldn't have to walk. "This security guard started yelling at us for parking there, and I went, 'Shhh, shhh! It is too hot out to be a douchebag, OK?'" Applegate said. "Who am I right now? ... That is a horrible thing to say to somebody!" The actress then talked about the father-to-be, describing him as "one of them tattooed musician types." Source & Video

'Late Show': Dave and Drew Barrymore Talk About Dogs - and Dog Bites (VIDEO)

Actress Drew Barrymore seems to have a pretty good attitude towards dog ownership. Here, for instance, is the speech that she gives to all her dogs, upon acquiring a new canine: "Good afternoon. I'm not neurotic, nor will you be." Interesting! And a little crazy, but still kind of a good speech. Drew loves dogs, and has recently gotten a new one. Unfortunately, not everyone is as good with animals as she is. For instance, David Letterman kind of sucks with them, apparently. Which is what is revealed on 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS). Ms. Barrymore is very excited about her new pet, who is named "Douglas," and who has the same birthday as she does. (That date would be February 22nd, for the record.) But she also reveals that she recently lost a dog named "Flossie." This particular dog lived until she was sixteen years old, then sadly passed away. Still, that's a ripe old age for a dog. Drew reveals that she honored Flossie by taking some of her ashes to India -- she put Flossie's ashes in the Ganges river, considered to be one of the most sacred spots in the world. How sweet! After Drew is finished telling this story, Dave reveals just how bad he is at the whole pet ownership thing. He rolls up his sleeve and shows the multiple nasty bites that he has gotten from his dog. Ouch! "Oh my God!" Drew says. Yeah. It seems that Dave isn't quite as skilled with dealing with animals. But not everyone can be Drew Barrymore, and not everyone can give cute yet bizarre speeches to their pets. Source & Video

Letterman to Brian Williams: Don't Go on Leno's Show

David Letterman wants Brian Williams all to himself - or at least not share him with Jay Leno. During the Williams' cross network appearance on CBS' Late Show Monday night, Letterman told the NBC Nightly News anchorman he doesn't like when Williams appears on Leno's Tonight show. "I like to think of you and me as more real guys, as opposed to you and Jay," Letterman said, adding his Leno impression. "And now you're sounding like him," Williams replied. To Read More Click Here .

Mark Wahlberg Rescued His Son from an Octopus Attack (VIDEO)

Mark Wahlberg was ready to kick octopus ass to rescue his family. No, seriously. Apparently life is stranger than fiction. 'The Other Guys' actor and his wife took their 4-year-old son Mikey to an aquarium, he explained on the 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS). On a private tour, "this woman pulls up this gigantic octopus. The thing latches onto my son's arm, it's got my wife, wrapped completely around the lady [handling it] -- and another guy who's standing there. They can't get this octopus off." Even the animal's handler was "freaking out," he said. Wahlberg pulled the octopus off his son, whose arm had "all these suction marks, looked like about 30 little hickeys ... I was like, 'This is calamari. I will kill this thing' ... They said it's never been that aggressive." Obviously he didn't kill it. But David Letterman had a valid follow-up question: "How big is the [lawsuit]?" Source & Video

Julia Roberts Talks Varicose Veins, Thanks to 'Late Show' Intro (VIDEO)

Julia Roberts told David Letterman that what keeps her looking amazingly young and beautiful are her three kids and "the love of a good man." But Alan Kalter, the announcer on 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS), made it sound like the actress suffers from varicose veins. "Can I just log a tiny complaint?" asked Robert. "I'm in the dressing room watching, and in the intro [Kalter says], 'And Tonight -- Julia Roberts!' ... and then they say, 'A problem with varicose veins?'" Kalter had followed up the question with a punchline, but Roberts wasn't ecstatic over the awkward introduction. Letterman shifted the blame and had a theory on why the producers did that. Roberts took it in stride and had a quick-witted comeback. Source & Video

Letterman: Bill O'Reilly Is a Smart Guy Who Knows Better (VIDEO)

In the middle of a discussion with Rachel Maddow on the responsibilities of 24-hour cable news channels, David Letterman gave his two cents on Fox News political commentator Bill O'Reilly. The host of the 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS) said, "I have a theory about Bill O'Reilly -- smart guy and I think he knows better than what he's doing. But he's just found a place to make a living," said Letterman. "He's just doing this because that's where the money is. I don't think you can be as smart as he is and actually believe what he [says he] believes." The MSNBC host listened politely but disagreed. "I don't know ... He got very upset with me. He called me a loon. I think loons are cute!" The debate then ended abruptly when Letterman suggested they trade glasses. Source & Video

Paul Rudd Talks of Family's Surreal Ceremony for Late Father (VIDEO)

Paul Rudd has been to Ireland many times. His late father loved the country, so his remains are there. Sort of. Appearing on the 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS), Rudd described the surreal experience of scattering his dad's ashes in Ireland. Rudd's father had known a lighthouse keeper, so the family's intention was to scatter the ashes from the lighthouse. "We realized we had nothing to disperse them with," said Rudd. "So we went to a store and just got party cups ... [it] kinda added to the whole surreal [event]." Upon finding they had ashes left over, they took the remainder to another of his favorite places. But this time, the Rudd family "'Lebowski'd" themselves in the process. Source & Video

YouTube Technology Stumps 'Late Show' When Michael Keaton Visits (VIDEO)

Michael Keaton is more than an equestrian enthusiast: He has competed in difficult cutting-horse competitions. David Letterman has seen footage of Keaton on ESPN. So when the actor visited the 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS), the host assumed said video could be shown. The crew member shook her head. The host remarked, "You don't have it? ... You gotta have it. I can go upstairs to my little room, and I can YouTube the son of a bitch and there it is! I'm so embarrassed, Michael." Midway through the interview, Letterman was alerted that the crew found the clip. Roll tape. Uh, no. That's a woman. Source & Video